Security Affairs newsletter Round 356

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Charities and NGOs providing support in Ukraine hit by malwareLapsus$ gang leaks data allegedly stolen from Samsung ElectronicsAnonymous #OpRussia Thousands of sites hacked, data leaks and moreThousands of satellite users offline in Europe following a cyberattack, is it a conflict spillover?Russian watchdog Roskomnadzor also blocked Facebook in RussiaCISA adds 95 flaws to the Known Exploited Vulnerabilities CatalogThese are the sources of DDoS attacks against Russia, local NCCC warnsRussia-Ukraine, who are the soldiers that crowd cyberspace?Avast released a free decryptor for the HermeticRansom that hit Ukraine75% of medical infusion pumps affected by known vulnerabilities
Cisco fixed two critical flaws in Expressway, TelePresence VCS solutions
The Difference Between Human and Machine IdentitiesUkrainian WordPress sites under massive complex attacksA cyberattack on Russian satellites is an act of war, the invasion of Ukraine noPopular open-source PJSIP library is affected by critical flawsAsylum Ambuscade spear-phishing campaign targets EU countries aiding Ukrainian refugeesNVIDIA discloses data breach after the recent cyber attackAnonymous and its affiliates continue to cause damage to RussiaUkrainian researcher leaked the source code of Conti RansomwareIsaacWiper, the third wiper spotted since the beginning of the Russian invasionUkraine: Volunteer IT Army is going to hit tens of Russian targets from this listChipmaker giant Nvidia hit by a ransomware attack seenCISA and FBI warn of potential data wiping attacks spilloverFoxBlade malware targeted Ukrainian networks hours before Russia’s invasionAnonymous hit Russian Nuclear Institute and leak stolen dataToyota Motors halted production due to a cyber attack on a supplierResearcher leaked Conti’s internal chat messages in response to its support to RussiaSecurity Affairs newsletter Round 355Iran-linked UNC3313 APT employed two custom backdoors against a Middle East gov entityAnonymous breached the internal network of Belarusian railwaysFeb 7- Feb 27 Ukraine – Russia the silent cyber conflict

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